Many of you may have that “project” car out back that continues to be a pain to mow around (If you do not have a project car already we would love to help you find the right one for you! We have hundreds of Restoration options for all skill levels). It is a life long goal to restore it, but you simply have no idea where to start. No worries, we are here to help! As we make our way through our 1952 New Yorker Restoration, we are going to walk you through our process on how to make a restoration possible in your own backyard!
To those with octane in their veins,
Some of you may be familiar with us and our work. The Stapleton Family Tree was watered with motor oil. Cliff Stapleton’s Garage is the product of three generations of Automotive businesses. Our story began with Carl “Clifford” Stapleton and his life long goal to stick his foot through the floor pan of a Mopar. Clifford began with a small repair shop and cemented his love for the automotive industry when he carved out an automotive salvage yard that has grown to be one of the largest in Southeastern Ohio; Clifford’s Auto Parts. Clifford has been pushing the Mopar brand and building his collection of cars ever since; the business has become a staple in growing the Stapleton name, in the local economy, and in helping us move the third generation business forward! Clifford, now in his 70s, still answers the phone every time it rings at the salvage yard and has been known to pull customers’ parts when his contractors do not work as fast as he feels they should. Read more
In 2015 FCA, and Mopar shook up the American Muscle car market with the Hellcat, since then the Hellcat has sat comfortable upon the throne of American Muscle, until now. Early this year Dodge dropped subtle hints as to what this sinister ride could do, because 707 horsepower wasn’t enough…Read more
Every year the Motor City invites in all of the major players in automotive production to debut their new line ups under one roof. We were lucky enough to be invited to attend the industry preview of the Detroit Auto Show, a week before the public, to see first hand feats of engineering genius.Read more